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HUNDREDS GATHER TO SAY ‘NO’ TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Hundreds of people came together at Lake Macquarie on Sunday, to say “no” to domestic violence.

Hosted by New South Wales Police, the Family Fun Day at Speers Point Park aimed to put an end to all violence against women and children.

All money raised went to anti-domestic violence charity – “Survivors R Us.”

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Tyson Cottrill is a journalist and producer based in Newcastle, with 10 years television news experience. Tyson first began work with NBN in 2007, before being employed as a journalist at Channel Nine in Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Born and raised in Newcastle, Tyson has a Bachelor of Communications from Charles Sturt University.

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